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Review: Infinity Bell by Devon Monk


Infinity Bell
Author:  Devon Monk
Series:  A House Immortal Novel 2
Publisher:  Roc, March 3, 2015
Format:  Mass Market Paperback and eBook, 368 pages
List Price:  $7.99 (print and digital)
ISBN:  9780451467379 (print); 9780698140233 (digital)

Review: Infinity Bell by Devon Monk
Return to national bestselling author Devon Monk’s heartpounding House Immortal series, where eleven powerful Houses control the world and all its resources. But now, the treaty between them has been broken, and no one—not even the immortal galvanized—is safe….

Matilda Case isn’t normal. Normal people aren’t stitched together, inhumanly strong, and ageless, as she and the other galvanized are. Normal people’s bodies don’t hold the secret to immortality—something the powerful Houses will kill to possess. And normal people don’t know that they’re going to die in a few days.

Matilda’s fight to protect the people she loves triggered a chaotic war between the Houses and shattered the world’s peace. On the run, she must find a way to stop the repeat of the ancient time experiment that gifted her and the other galvanized with immortality. Because this time, it will destroy her and everything she holds dear.

Caught in a cat-and-mouse game of lies, betrayal, and unseen foes, Matilda must fight to save the world from utter destruction. But time itself is her enemy, and every second brings her one step closer to disaster….



Doreen’s Thoughts

Infinity Bell is a continuation of the story begun in House Immortal, with Matilda as a “stitch” – a creature made of various parts stitched together with an invention called “life thread.” In the first book, Tilly was removed from her farm to the City where the 11 Houses rule through twelve other “galvanized” beings, who are also stitches. Tilly makes a deal with one of the Houses to rescue her brother and then ends up on the run after the murder of one of the galvanized and one of the heads of the Houses.

Traveling with her are Abraham, one of the galvanized and someone to whom she is very attracted. Her brother Quinton, his ex-girlfriend Gloria, and two-headed Neds are also included in the escape and effort to avoid capture. Quinton, a genius like his father and grandfather before him, believes that the world has been out of synch timewise ever since the experiment that created the galvanized. He thinks that he needs to go back in time and make a mathematical correction to the original experiment or the world as everyone knows it will end. Tilly, of course, is certain that she must be the one to go back in time to protect her brother and everyone she loves.

Infinity Bell is basically a chase story – with the fugitives on the run using unauthorized airplanes and unknown railroads to travel back to the farm where Tilly was born. This allows Monk to illustrate more of the world of the Houses as well as the disparity between those who have and those who have not. There are several fight scenes in the novel, which move quickly.

Ultimately, this book would be very confusing for someone who has never read the first one. In fact, it was almost confusing to me because I put it down about halfway through and had to backtrack to pick up the storyline once again. The ending was totally unexpected, but it works with the time travel premises. Again, I feel this series offers a small commentary on the use, and misuse, of resources and potential outcomes should the worst occur.





More House Immortal Novels

House Immortal
A House Immortal Novel 1
Roc, September 2, 2014
Mass Market Paperback and eBook, 368 pages

Review: Infinity Bell by Devon Monk
One hundred years ago, eleven powerful ruling Houses consolidated all of the world’s resources and authority into their own grasping hands. Only one power wasn’t placed under the command of a single House: the control over the immortal galvanized….

Matilda Case isn’t like most folk. In fact, she’s unique in the world, the crowning achievement of her father’s experiments, a girl pieced together from bits. Or so she believes, until Abraham Seventh shows up at her door, stitched with life thread just like her and insisting that enemies are coming to kill them all.

Tilly is one of thirteen incredible creations known as the galvanized, stitched together beings immortal and unfathomably strong. For a century, each House has fought for control over the galvanized. Now the Houses are also tangled in a deadly struggle for dominion over death—and Tilly and her kind hold the key to unlocking eternity

The secrets that Tilly must fight to protect are hidden within the very seams of her being. And to get the secrets, her enemies are willing to tear her apart piece by piece.…

FIRST IN A NEW SERIES!


See Doreen's Review here




Crucible Zero
A House Immortal Novel 3
Roc, September 1, 2015
Mass Market Paperback and eBook, 368 pages

Review: Infinity Bell by Devon Monk
The national bestselling author of Infinity Bell returns to her “fresh and unique”* world where the truce between the ruling Houses has shattered and chaos now reigns. Only one woman has the power to save the world—but she could also destroy it. . . .

Matilda Case never thought of herself as a hero. But because she is galvanized—and nearly immortal in her stitched, endlessly healing body—she doesn’t have much of a choice. Even if she doesn’t want to save the world, she’s the only one capable of traveling in time to do so.

But her rescue attempt hasn’t gone as planned. She’s stuck in an alternate universe, and her world is in danger of disappearing. Worst of all, an unfathomably powerful man who can also travel through history doesn’t want her to put things to rights. He’s willing to wage bloody war to stop Matilda, unless she surrenders control of time to him.

Now, with the minutes ticking, Matilda must make impossible decisions, knowing that one wrong choice will destroy her—and any chance of saving everything she loves. . . .

*A Book Obsession

Winners x 10 - July 15, 2012

And the winners are...


Cursed (Alex Verus 2) by Benedict Jacka - Ended June 27, 2012 - Read the Guest Blog here. Print book for US or eBook for International.

Winners x 10 - July 15, 2012

Question:  Which book series is/are on your must buy list?

Anne who said...

Wow, US covers are so much better than British. More detailed, usually more colorful.

The Kate Daniels series by Ilona Andrews, The Mercy Thompson series by Patricia Briggs, The Southern Vamp series by Charlaine Harris and the Eve Dallas series by JD Robb. Jim Butcher is close.


Winners x 10 - July 15, 2012


A copy of TIN SWIFT (The Age of Steam 2) by Devon Monk, a TIN SWIFT magnet, and a signed TIN SWIFT handmade (by Devon) airship bookmark from the publisher and Devon Monk!  US ONLY - Ended June 28, 2012 - Read the post here.

Winners x 10 - July 15, 2012

How: Leave a comment!

BellaBunnell who said...

I am LOVING this short! And the tour...some really great blogs here, ladies! Devon, I'm so ready for Tin Swift!




Winners x 10 - July 15, 2012


A digital copy (eBook) of Coyote Blood by Kris Norris - Ended July 1, 2012 - See the interview here.

Winners x 10 - July 15, 2012

Question:  If you were a shifter, what would you become when you shift?

Linda who said...

I'd love to be a dragon shifter. They are such magical, mystical creatures. Not to mention the flying, fire breathing part!


Winners x 10 - July 15, 2012


Suited (The Veiled Worlds 2) by Jo Anderton (signed) - Ended July 7, 2012 - See the itnerview here.

Winners x 10 - July 15, 2012

Question:  Who (or what) is the last fictional character that you really cared about?

booklover0226 who said...

Claire and Jamie from the Outlander series.


Winners x 10 - July 15, 2012


5 digital copies of Hearts of Fire (Deadglass 0.5) by Kira Brady - Ended July 8, 2012 - Read the Guest Blog here.

Winners x 10 - July 15, 2012

Question:  Are you afraid of ghosts? What are your favorite haunted spots?

1) pamerd who said...

Hi

I am afraid of ghosts. I would not want to visit a place that had them however I love to read about them in fiction.

This new series looks great and I am adding it to my TBR list.

Thanks for the chance


2) donnas who said...

I dont really think I am afraid of ghosts. More curious I think. My favorite spots are old theatres.


3) Rebe who said...

I'm afraid of ghosts, yes! We live near the Ohio State Reformatory, which is where they filmed Shawshank Redemption, and it's supposed to be haunted.


4) Denise Z who said...

Thank you for sharing with us today and for the awesome giveaway opportunity. I have been to Seattle and I love a good read with world building that I can relate to even when the place and time is an original twist. I do not think I am afraid of ghosts, but then I have never met a mean one and that certainly might change my mind LOL I am looking forward to the introduction to this new world with Hearts of Fire and continuing the journey with Hearts of Darkness!


5) Linda who said...

Yes I am, I guess it's the fear of the unknown. I don't have any favourite haunted spots. I'd avoid them like the plague!


Winners x 10 - July 15, 2012


Liquid Lies (The Elementals 1) by Hanna Martine - Ended July 9, 2012 - Read the Guest Blog here.

Winners x 10 - July 15, 2012

Question:  What were some of your childhood dreams?

Carin who said...

This looks like a great book!
My childhood dreams included being a chemist until I realized how much math this involved.
Being a medical examiner until I realized I needed to be fluent in chemistry.
I wanted to be a photographer for National Geographic alas I hate to fly :O)


Winners x 10 - July 15, 2012


The winners have been notified and have until 11:59PM US Eastern Time on July 22, 2012 to respond or The Qwillery will very randomly choose a new winner or winners. Thank you!!

Devon Monk's Tin Swift Blog Tour, A Short Interview & A Giveaway

Welcome to the 4th stop on Devon Monk's Tin Swift Blog Tour


HANG FIRE is a steampunk short story set in late 1800's America. It takes place between the Age of Steam book #1, DEAD IRON and book #2 TIN SWIFT. The story is broken into 20 "chapters" and posted, one chapter at a time, on 20 awesome blogs. To read the whole story, start at chapter 1 at www.candacesbookblog.com and follow the "read the next chapter" links at the end of the post.


...read chapter 3 at: Tote Bags 'n' Blogs: www.authorsoundrelations.blogspot.com



HANG FIRE - Chapter 4


Devon Monk's Tin Swift Blog Tour, A Short Interview & A Giveaway


    “Screaming at me won’t make me run faster.” Captain Hink caught the deadman’s grip inside the Swift’s port door and hauled himself inside the airship. None too soon. The Swift was already off anchor and lifting to the wind.

    Molly Gregor stood just inside the door, holding one of the brace beams, her shirt sleeves rolled up, and her breathing gear hanging in the other hand. She kept her dark hair cut short at the ears, and insisted on wearing men’s boots and breeches, not that Hink or any of his crew cared to argue her out of it. She was stubborn, loyal, and the best damn boilerman in the skies.

    “I was not screaming at you,” she said.

    “Some reason you’re not at my fires?” Hink asked, stomping up toward the helm of the small ship. “Wind’s on the shift. This ain’t going to be an easy launch.”

    “If you’d said your good-byes last night, like I told you to,” Molly said, heading the other way, “we’d have been gone before sun up. On good winds. Starting to think you got some kind of affliction for flying hard.”

    She slammed the metal door behind her, and Hink grinned. Molly might talk up a storm, but she had a heart wide as a prairie sky. He knew she would miss the boy, George Rucker, too. For all that Hink had stood in as his father of sorts since George’s brother died, Molly, in her way, had stood in as a mother.

    “Mr. Seldom,” Hink said to his second while stomping his boots into the belts on the floor in front of the wheel. “Give me headings to the east glim stake above the Sawtooth Range. Mr. Ansel, Mr. Guffin, pull anchor and ready to pound sky.”

    “Aye, Captain,” his crew said at once. Well, except the Irish, Mr. Seldom. That man conserved words like a camel holding water.

    As soon as they were up anchor, the Swift lifted like a bird off her fetters. She leaped to the edge of the canyon. Sails spread to catch the updraft as steam, and a hint of glim, punched her up, hard and fast, through the clouds.

    Hink laughed as the tin ship sang up through the sky angling toward the glim fields that flickered like soft lightning above the clouds over the mountains. It was a good day for harvest. ‘Course any day with glim in the sky was a good day for harvest.

    “Captain,” Mr. Seldom said. “Ship lifted right behind us. Orders?”

    “Run.”


...read chapter 5 at: A Book Obsession www.abookobsession.com



The Age of Steam

Tin Swift
The Age of Steam 2
Roc, July 3, 2012
Trade Paperback and eBook, 384 pages

Devon Monk's Tin Swift Blog Tour, A Short Interview & A Giveaway
IN STEAM AGE AMERICA, MEN, MONSTERS, MACHINES, AND MAGIC BATTLE TO CLAIM THE SAME SCRAP OF EARTH AND SKY. IN THIS CHAOS, ONE MAN FIGHTS TO HOLD ON TO HIS HUMANITY—AND HIS HONOR…

Life on the frontier is full of deceit and danger, but bounty hunter Cedar Hunt is a man whose word is his bond. Cursed with becoming a beast every full moon, Cedar once believed his destiny was to be alone. But now, Cedar finds himself saddled with a group of refugees, including the brother he once thought lost.

Keeping his companions alive is proving to be no easy task, in part because of the promise he made to the unpredictable Madder brothers—three miners who know the secret mechanisms of the Strange. To fulfill his pledge, Cedar must hunt a powerful weapon known as the Holder—a search that takes him deep into the savage underbelly of the young country and high into the killing glim-field skies defended by desperate men and deadly ships.

But the battles he faces are just a glimmer of a growing war stirring the country. To keep his word Cedar must navigate betrayal, lies, and treacherous alliances, risking everything to save the lives of those he has come to hold dear…


Dead Iron
The Age of Steam 1
Roc, July 5, 2011
Trade Paperback and eBook, 352 pages

Devon Monk's Tin Swift Blog Tour, A Short Interview & A Giveaway
Welcome to a new America that is built on blood, sweat, and gears...

In steam age America, men, monsters, machines, and magic battle for the same scrap of earth and sky. In this chaos, bounty hunter Cedar Hunt rides, cursed by lycanthropy and carrying the guilt of his brother's death. Then he's offered hope that his brother may yet survive. All he has to do is find the Holder: a powerful device created by mad devisers-and now in the hands of an ancient Strange who was banished to walk this Earth.

In a land shaped by magic, steam, and iron, where the only things a man can count on are his guns, gears, and grit, Cedar will have to depend on all three if he's going to save his brother and reclaim his soul once and for all...



A Short Interview

TQ:  Why did you set your steampunk novels in what is considered a non-traditional steampunk setting (i.e., not Victorian London).

Devon:  I suppose the shortest answer is because the story demanded it. Cedar Hunt is searching to find an uneasy peace with who he is, and how he fits into the quickly changing world around him, just as America in the 1800's struggles to define what kind of country it will be and how it fits into the larger world. During that time, America is also host to a wonderful and horrifying clash of cultures. Somehow, from all that turmoil, a sense of hope, frontier-style invention, and genius emerged. I think it's an excellent and really fun setting for steampunk.


TQ:  What sort of research did you do for the novels? What is the oddest bit of information that you found?

Devon:  I've done a lot of research for the novels, not only for the inventions and technologies of the time (and the patents for wilder things that were never built) but also for the politics, the geography, the clothing, the language, and more. I've done my best to be true to the feeling of the time, while still taking care to bend it all into something a touch more fantastic. Oddest fact I stumbled across? While researching how chamber pots were decorated (yes, chamber pots) I found out the South so hated General Butler that they decorated the bottom of their chamber pots with his portrait.


TQ:  Steampunk seems more popular than ever. Do you think it's because steampunk has become more well-known or because steampunk has become more mainstream, both, or something else?

Devon:  I'm not sure I know all the driving forces behind steampunk's rise in popularity. Certainly there is a huge crafters movement behind it, fashion, lifestyle, music, art, and of course, books. I guess the only thing I can speak to with confidence, is why I'm drawn to it. There is a joy in re-envisioning the familiar. In holding onto (or digging up) beautiful and evocative things from the past and breathing them into the now. For me, steampunk is a way to capture an ever-shifting past, to fasten it in place and peer through it at our today, with a nod toward our tomorrow. Steampunk is a fun, creative, curious landscape with a hands-on attitude. It invites fun, creative, curious people to join in with their hands, hearts, and minds to remember, and remake our fantastic old world.



The Giveaway

THE RULES

What:  One commenter will win copy of TIN SWIFT, a TIN SWIFT magnet, and a signed TIN SWIFT handmade (by Devon) airship bookmark from the publisher and Devon Monk!  US ONLY

Devon Monk's Tin Swift Blog Tour, A Short Interview & A Giveaway


How:  Leave a comment!  You MUST also leave a way to contact you.

Who and When:  The contest is open to all humans on the planet earth with a US mailing address. Contest ends at 11:59pm US Eastern Time on Thursday, June 28, 2012. Void where prohibited by law. No purchase necessary. You must be 18 years old or older to enter.

*Giveaway rules are subject to change.*

The View From Monday - June 19, 2012

Happy Monday! I saw Cirque du Soliel's Dralion yesterday. It was fantastic. It may even be my favorite Cirque show out of the 6 I've seen. I have to think about that more. Kooza and Ovo are also favorites. I love how the shows combine the fantastical with all sorts of circus acts.

This week at The Qwillery:

Monday - Giveaway of The Last Romanov by Dora Levy Mossanen.

Monday - Interview with K.M. Ruiz. Terminal Point, the 2nd novel in the Strykers Syndicate series, will be published tomorrow, June 19, 2012.

Tuesday - 2012 Debut Author Challenge Interview with Anne E. Johnson. Anne's debut, Green Light Delivery, is out this month.

Wednesday - Guest Blog by Benedict Jacka as part of the Cursed Blog Tour. Cursed, the 2nd Novel in the Alex Verus series, was published on May 29, 2012.

Thursday - Interview with J.A. Pitts. J.A. writes the Sara Beauhall series. Forged in Fire (Sara Beauhall 3) will be published on June 19th.

Friday - The Tin Swift Blog Tour with Devon Monk. Tin Swift (The Age of Steam 2) will be published on July 3, 2012.

Saturday - Authors After Dark Author Spotlight with Stella Price.

Sunday - Authors After Dark Author Spotlight with Kris Norris.


Not too many books out this week, which is good because there are A LOT of books I'd like out next week. Here is the list.


June 19, 2012
TITLEAUTHORSERIES
Existence
The View From Monday - June 19, 2012
David Brin SF
Lothaire (h2mm)
The View From Monday - June 19, 2012
Kresley Cole PNR - Immortals after Dark 12
The Devil Delivered and Other Tales
The View From Monday - June 19, 2012
Steven Erikson F - Novelettes
Wicked Business
The View From Monday - June 19, 2012
Janet Evanovich M/PE - Lizzy and Diesel 2
The Vampire Narcise (tp2mm)
The View From Monday - June 19, 2012
Colleen Gleason PNR - Regency Draculia 3
Vacation with a Vampire
The View From Monday - June 19, 2012
Michele Hauf
Kendra Leigh Castle
Lisa Childs
PNR
The Reckoning
The View From Monday - June 19, 2012
Alma Katsu ST - Taker Trilogy 2
Midnight (h2tp)
The View From Monday - June 19, 2012
Stephen Leather SF - Nightingale 2
Dragon's Curse
The View From Monday - June 19, 2012
Denise Lynn PNR
Forged in Fire
The View From Monday - June 19, 2012
J. A. Pitts UF - Sarah Beauhall 3
The Long Earth
The View From Monday - June 19, 2012
Terry Pratchett
Steven Baxter
SF
Survivors
The View From Monday - June 19, 2012
Z.A. Recht H/Z - Morningstar Strain 3
Terminal Point
The View From Monday - June 19, 2012
K.M. Ruiz SF - Strykers Syndicate 2
The Sorceress of Belmair
The View From Monday - June 19, 2012
Bertrice Small FR - World of Hetar 4


h2tp - Hardcover to Trade Paperback
tp2mm - Trade to Mass Market Paperback

F - Fantasy
FR - Fantasy Romance
H - Horror
M - Mystery
PE - Paranormal Elements
PNR - Paranormal Romance
SF - Science Fiction
ST - Supernatural Thriller
UF  - Urban Fantasy
Z - Zombies

Winners! - July 30, 2011

Here are the winners of some recent giveaways.


Dead Iron: The Age of Steam by Devon Monk and 17 Jewels from Cemetery Cat Jewelry

Winners! - July 30, 2011

Winners! - July 30, 2011


pattepoilue who said

My favorite genre is Historical romance! I love UF and Steampunk too but I tend to read more historicals ;)



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Hunted by Others, Taken by Others, or Deceived by Others - winner's choice or 1 of these books

Winners! - July 30, 2011

marybelle who said

What does it say about me that my favorite video game right now is LEGO Harry Potter?



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A Shot in the Dark (Jesse James Dawson 2)

Winners! - July 30, 2011


Theresa @ Fade Into Fantasy who said

Oh my goodness, yes! I get sidetracked wayyyy too easily when searching the internet. LOL Thanks for the giveaway!



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A Taste of the Nightlife (Vampire Chef Mystery 1) by Sarah Zettel

Winners! - July 30, 2011

cyn209 who said...

my favorite snack or meal??? too many choices, by i would have to say favorite snack is CHIPS!! favorite meals???? spaghetti or pizza!!!!



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Vampire Babylon series by Chris Marie Green

Winners! - July 30, 2011

Gail who said

I love all westerns! Rio Bravo is one of my favs. John Wayne, Dean Martin & Ricky Nelson, it had it all :-) My current favorite postapocalytic book(s) are Faith Hunter's Rogue Mage series. I'm looking forward to reading Bloodlands!




The winners have been notified and have until Saturday, August 6, 2011 at 11:59PM US Eastern Time to claim their goodies or The Qwillery will very randomly choose a new winner or winners.

As usual... thank you to everyone who participated!

Dead Iron: The Age of Steam by Devon Monk - Book & Bracelet Giveaway - July 6, 2011

I haven't had time to finish reading Dead Iron: The Age of Steam yet, but so far it's incredibly good. Devon Monk has created a very special steampunk world that I am enjoying immensely. I'll have a review up soon.

In the meantime I want to give away a copy of Dead Iron generously provided by ROC (the publisher) and a gorgeous steampunk bracelet made by Synde at Cemetery Cat Jewelry and provided by The Qwillery. The bracelet looks really nice with the book!

About Dead Iron

Dead Iron
Author: Devon Monk
Series: The Age of Steam 1
Format: Trade Paperback, 352 pages
Publisher: ROC (July 5, 2011)
Price: $15.00
Language: English
Genre: Steampunk
ISBN: 9780451463968

Cover and Description:


Dead Iron: The Age of Steam by Devon Monk - Book & Bracelet Giveaway - July 6, 2011
Welcome to a new America that is built on blood, sweat, and gears...

In steam age America, men, monsters, machines, and magic battle for the same scrap of earth and sky. In this chaos, bounty hunter Cedar Hunt rides, cursed by lycanthropy and carrying the guilt of his brother's death. Then he's offered hope that his brother may yet survive. All he has to do is find the Holder: a powerful device created by mad devisers-and now in the hands of an ancient Strange who was banished to walk this Earth.

In a land shaped by magic, steam, and iron, where the only things a man can count on are his guns, gears, and grit, Cedar will have to depend on all three if he's going to save his brother and reclaim his soul once and for all...


About 17 Jewels

Dead Iron: The Age of Steam by Devon Monk - Book & Bracelet Giveaway - July 6, 2011
Photo and description courtesy of Cemetery Cat Jewelry
Heavy Duty brass rolo chain holds small vintage Victorian brass pocket watch gears and antique pocket watch bridges. Each bridge has tiny ruby cabochons inset. Ruby red Swarofski crystals complete the bracelet.
7" 


The Giveaway

THE RULES

What:  One commenter will win a Trade Paperback copy of Dead Iron provided by the publisher and the 17 Jewels bracelet hand-crafted by Synde (Cemetery Cat Jewelry) and provided by The Qwillery Both items will be sent together.

How:  Leave a comment answering the following question:

What is your favorite book genre? 

Please remember - if you don't answer the question your entry will not be counted.

You may receive additional entries by:

1) Being a Follower of The Qwillery.

2) Mentioning the giveaway on Facebook and/or Twitter. Even if you mention the giveaway on both, you will get only one additional entry. You get only one additional entry even if you mention the giveaway on Facebook and/or Twitter multiple times.

3) Mentioning the giveaway on your on blog or website. It must be your own blog or website; not a website that belongs to someone else or a site where giveaways, contests, etc. are posted.

There are a total of 4 entries you may receive: Comment (1 entry), Follower (+1 entry), Facebook and/or Twitter (+ 1 entry), and personal blog/website mention (+1 entry). This is subject to change again in the future for future giveaways.

Please leave links for Facebook, Twitter, or blog/website mentions. In addition please leave a way to contact you.

Who and When: The contest is open to all humans on the planet earth with a mailing address. Contest ends at 11:59pm US Eastern Time on Wednesday, July 13, 2011. Void where prohibited by law.

*Giveaway rules are subject to change.*
Review: Infinity Bell by Devon MonkReview: House Immortal by Devon MonkSpotlight and Giveaway: The House Immortal Novels by Devon Monk - March 13, 2015Interview with Devon Monk, Review of Hell Bent and Stone Cold, and Giveaway - March 24, 2014Winners x 10 - July 15, 2012Devon Monk's Tin Swift Blog Tour, A Short Interview & A GiveawayThe View From Monday - June 19, 2012Winners! - July 30, 2011Dead Iron: The Age of Steam by Devon Monk - Book & Bracelet Giveaway - July 6, 2011

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